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The Connection Between Unemployment and Child Support

Unemployment has reached a record low in Wisconsin. If your ex has been given a reprieve from or reduction in child support payments based on their employment status, it may be time to revisit their circumstances and modify your child support order accordingly. https://madison.com/wsj/business/wisconsin-unemployment-rate-ties-record-low-of-3/article_40bf9390-6a94-536d-b4c8-ad4366e41db2.html

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What counts the gross income available for child support in Wisconsin?

In order to calculate the support obligation, the court must first determine a parent’s monthly income available for support. According to Administrative Rule DCF 150, the monthly income available for support is based on the parent’s gross monthly income, from all sources including: wages, salaries, earnings, tips, interest, capital gains, commissions, and bonuses, worker’s compensation […]

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